Positionings

Positionings

First stage of labour, table in lowest position (64 cm) to alternate between relaxation and movement, the low table height facilitates getting up and down from the table

Second stage of birth in vertical position with partner, the woman may lean against her partner, bodily contact

Birth in lithotomy position, classical position

Birth in crouching position, optimization of the birth axis, maximum kyphosis, perineum is relieved

Birth in Trendelenburg’s position in shoulder dystocia, surgical interventions or manual expression

Birth in crouching position with partner, the man can lift the woman slightly when the head emerges, bodily contact

First stage of labour and/or transitional stage in knee-elbow position in cases of bearing down despite remaining cervical os and in intrauterine asphyxia

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